Album Review: Justice - 'Audio Video Disco'

Justice - 'Audio Video Disco'

Gaspard Augé and Xavier De Rosay, ‘knob fiddlers for Justice ’ (that’s what it says on their CV), seem at pains to prove that, while they rode the late-noughties zeitgeist like an errant pony with their unpronounceable, hit-laden electro...

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10 Tracks You Have To Hear This Week - (26/03/11)

10 Tracks You Have To Hear This Week - (26/03/11)

1. Justice – ‘Civilization’ There are probably cooler ways to make your long-awaited return – it’s been four years since ‘Cross’ – than with an advert for Adidas starring Katy Perry, BoB and David Beckham. In fact, it’s the...

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Justice

Justice

There’s a lot to be said for live albums. At their best, they reveal a band at their most demented and vulnerable, stripping away the studio-constructed pretension, allowing you to peer directly into their scarred souls. Course, that’s all...

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Justice

Justice

You might have heard more about Justice’s videos than their tunes recently, what with ‘Stress’ causing French uproar with its visceral depiction of ‘underclass’ (or allegedly ‘racist’) violence. ‘DVNO’’s not that provocative:...

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Justice

Justice

A lanky Frenchman in leisurewear pulls aside a sheet to reveal a gigantic luminous cross and a thousand pilgrims clasp their hands in the air. Two hairy men appear – they do look a little like Jesus – to address their throng. As they speak,...

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Justice

Justice

2007 isn’t the year of the ASBO, new rave or Gordon Brown, oh no – it’s the year of glitter-splattered nosebleed house music again, and anyone who disagrees can listen to new albums by Digitalism, Simian Mobile Disco and LCD Soundsystem then...

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Justice

Justice

At last, there is Justice in the world, just not on the dancefloor Let’s be clear: NME is loving Justice’s work. The totemic remixes of Simian and Franz; seismic recent single ‘Phantom l’; the ‘Waters Of Nazareth’ EP –collectively...

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Viewpoints

Viewpoints

LIKE PUNK BEFORE IT, JUNGLE MAY be the soundtrack to the metropolis but its true heartland has always been the deathly dull suburbs and stagnant commuter towns that circle London rather than the place itself. From Bukem and Waxdoctor to...

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